|Feb 24 2017||
Councilwomen Sexton Smith and Hamilton to unveil new sign honoring the life and legacy of Michael T. White
On Saturday, February 25th, Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4) and Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) will join the family, friends and others touched by the late Michael T. White and unveil an honorary sign at 22nd and Jefferson Streets to commemorate his life and legacy in Metro Louisville.
|Feb 23 2017||
Metro Council Honors Outstanding Community Leaders at 15th Annual Black History Month Program
On Thursday, February 23rd, the Metro Council’s Community Affairs, Housing, Health and Education Committee will hold a special meeting to honor outstanding community leaders and volunteers as part of its 15th Annual Black History Month Program
|Jan 21 2017||
Council Members James and Sexton Smith call on Kroger to reverse its decision to close Second Street Store
Flanked by residents and supporters in Old Louisville and surrounding neighborhoods, Council members David James (D-6) and Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4) called upon Kroger Co. to come back to the table and reach a new lease agreement with the property owner to keep the Second Street Store open.
|Jan 19 2017||
President Yates announces Chairs and Vice-Chairs for 2017 Metro Council Committees
Metro Council President David Yates (D-25) has announced the Chairs and Vice Chairs of the Metro Council’s Standing Committees for 2017. Several of the Metro Council’s nine Standing Committees will be merged to efficiently address the priorities and needs for Metro Government.
|Jan 13 2017||
Council members James and Sexton Smith to hold support rally to keep the Kroger store on Second Street open
Council members David James (D-6) and Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4) will hold a support rally following the announced decision to close the Kroger located 924 S. 2nd St.
|Jan 6 2017||
Council Members Sexton Smith and James are disappointed to learn that Kroger is closing Second Street Store
Council Members Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4) and David James (D-6) have expressed their disappointment in learning of the decision by Kroger to close its store at Second Street and Breckinridge Street by the end of January.
|Dec 29 2016||
Metro Council Offices to observe the New Year’s Holiday
The Offices of the Louisville Metro Council and the Metro Council Clerk will be closed on Monday, January 2nd in observance of the New Year Holiday.
|Dec 20 2016||
Rental Registry for rental properties in Metro Louisville is now up and running online
A new Rental Registry for all rental property in Metro Louisville is now up and running online following the passage of an ordinance in September by the Louisville Metro Council. Effective March 1, 2017, all property located in Louisville Metro and occupied or offered for occupancy in exchange for money or any other consideration must be registered with Louisville Metro Government.
|Dec 15 2016||
Metro Council approves $6.2 million in the Midyear Budget Adjustment spending to focus on violent crime and homicides
In a unanimous vote, the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday night approved $6.2 million in spending for a focused effort to combat violent crime in the city where the homicide rate has climbed to 119 in Metro Louisville for the current year.
|Dec 12 2016||
Council members work with LMPD Second Division to help make gun safety a priority during the holiday season and year round
Council members Jessica Green (D-1), Mary C. Woolridge (D-3), David Tandy (D-4) Cheri Bryant Hamilton (D-5) and David James (D-6) have appropriated more than $2000 to purchase an initial order of 300 gunlocks to be given to residents of LMPD’s Second Division.
|Oct 14 2016||
Councilman David Tandy hosts 12th Annual Willie Bright Community Resource Fair for District 4
Councilman David Tandy (D-4) will host the 12th Annual Willie Bright Community Resource Fair on Saturday, October 15th at Baxter Park from 1:00pm to 3:30pm. Since it began, the Community Resource Fair is an opportunity for the community to come together for fun and connect with many groups whose goals are to improve their lives and the lives of their family.
|Oct 1 2016||
Historic City Hall goes pink in October as a reminder for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is usually a month associated with orange and black. However, this weekend the city will focus its attention on the color pink to let every woman know it’s time to do something to fight a killer. Beginning October 1st, the Historic City Hall Clock Tower at Sixth and Jefferson will glow pink as a reminder that October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
|Sep 22 2016||
Councilman Tandy announces “2nd Annual Louisville Metro Diverse Business Fair” returns to aid minority and women owned businesses
Councilman David Tandy (D-4) announces the return of an important opportunity for small businesses in the Metro Louisville area when the 2nd Annual Louisville Metro Diverse Business Fair gets under way on Tuesday, October 25th.
|Sep 22 2016||
Metro Council approves rental registry ordinance for rental properties in Metro Louisville
By a vote of 17 to 4, the Louisville Metro Council on Thursday approved an ordinance which will create a rental registry of all rental properties in Metro Louisville. The goal of the ordinance is to be proactive in improving quality of life issues in Metro Louisville.
|Jul 1 2016||
The Minimum Wage in Louisville Metro is $8.25 an Hour
On July 1st, the minimum wage in Louisville Metro jumped to $8.25, up fifty cents, as a result of action taken by the Metro Council to eventually raise the rate to $9.00 an hour by July 1st, 2017.